Facts and Events
From Source:Ramsey, 1964:121, citing Lancaster Wills B1, 136
"The will of Andrew Woods, written in Hanover township, Lancaster County, in 1753, mentioned daughters Sarah Cochran and Margaret Patton. In 1761, Samuel Cochran, husband of Sarah, obtained 446 acres of land on Coldwater Creek adjoining a tract belonging to Samuel Woods. Sometime between 1752 and 1757, Matthew Woods, a cousin or nephew of Samuel, acquired Charles Burnett's tract on the headwaters of Grant's Creek. He then sold it in 1757 to Robert Woods, whose will (Dated 1766) contained reference to "Uncle Samuel" and Aunt Sarah" Woods."